Using the Motion effect with keyframes


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Using the Motion effect with keyframes

Now it's time to put some clips in motion. What we're going to do is apply the motion effect and keyframes to make clips zoom, pan, or slide on to or off the screen. You've probably seen this kind of effect used in PBS documentaries. So much so now that it's called the Ken Burns effect. I'll start with a video clip then we'll work with some photos. I'll start with our little fish videos and I want to just have this clip move onto the screen. Right now it's filling the screen, but we're going to make it smaller and have it move onto the screen. So I click it to make it active. And I go over to Edit and I'm already in the Effects view so I click on Edit Effects.

This is how you get to the Motion effect. Video clip has the Motion effect applied to it by default. Open it up and we've got the usual Position, Scale etcetera, but now we want to see keyframes so I need to open up that little Keyframes Timeline. There it is now I want to click on Motion, w...

Using the Motion effect with keyframes
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Using the Motion effect with keyframes provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 9 Essential Training

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